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509.01    — Where do you get that wash? This representation does not
509.01+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.01+song Where Did You Get That Hat?
509.01+VI.C.5.107d (o): === VI.B.10.023i ( ): 'This representation does not accord with my experience'
509.01+Mill: England and Ireland 25: 'This representation does not accord with my experience'
509.02accord with my experience. They were watching the watched
509.02+
509.03watching. Vechers all.
509.03+Russian vecher: evening
509.03+watchers
509.04    — Good. Hold that watching brief and keep this witching
509.04+watching brief: in law, instructions to counsel to attend hearing on behalf of one not a party to case, in case latter's interests affected
509.04+German Brief: letter
509.05longuer. Now, retouching friend Tomsky, the enemy, did you
509.05+Toucher Thom [506.28]
509.05+VI.B.17.084b (b): 'Tomsky'
509.05+Tomsk: town, Siberia (named after the Tom river)
509.05+Tomsk regiment in Crimean War
509.05+time
509.05+phrase how goes the enemy?: what is the time?
509.06gather much from what he let drop? We are sitting here for that.
509.06+
509.07    — I was rooshian mad, no lie. About his shapeless hat.
509.07+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.07+Russian
509.07+(mad at the Russian General)
509.08    — I suspect you must have been.
509.08+
509.09    — You are making your thunderous mistake. But I was dung
509.09+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.09+damn
509.10sorry for him too.
509.10+(sorry for the Russian General)
509.11    — O Schaum! Not really? Were you sorry you were mad
509.11+German Schaum: foam
509.12with him then?
509.12+
509.13    — When I tell you I was rooshiamarodnimad with myself
509.13+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.13+Russian rossiya moya rodnaya mat: Russia, my native mother
509.13+Italian amaro: bitter
509.14altogether, so I was, for being sorry for him.
509.14+
509.15    — So?
509.15+
509.16    — Absolutely.
509.16+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.17    — Would you blame him at all stages?
509.17+
509.18    — I believe in many an old stager. But what seemed sooth to
509.18+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.18+old stager: veteran
509.18+proverb What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander
509.18+South
509.19a Greek summed nooth to a giantle. Who kills the cat in Cairo
509.19+Aquinas: Summa contra Gentiles
509.19+North
509.19+giant
509.19+Diodorus Siculus reported that in Egypt anyone killing a cat was executed (History I.83.8-9)
509.20coaxes cocks in Gaul.
509.20+French coq Gaulois: Gallic cock
509.20+Latin galli: cocks
509.20+Latin Galli: Gauls
509.21    — I put it to you that this was solely in his sunflower state
509.21+Latin sol: sun
509.21+Sunflower State: an epithet Kansas, United States [.24]
509.22and that his haliodraping het was why maids all sighed for him,
509.22+the name 'heliotrope' was originally used for all flowers that turn towards sun, e.g. the sunflower (Motif: heliotrope)
509.22+drooping hat
509.22+Dutch het: it
509.23ventured and vied for him. Hm?
509.23+
509.24    — After Putawayo, Kansas, Liburnum and New Aimstir-
509.24+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.24+Putamayo, Brazil
509.24+Kansas, United States
509.24+Liburnus: Roman god of lustful enjoyment
509.24+Liburnia: a region of North Illyria (modern Yugoslavia)
509.24+New Amsterdam became New York City, United States
509.25dames, it wouldn't surprise me in the very least.
509.25+
509.26    — That tare and this mole, your tear and our smile. 'Tis life
509.26+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation tare: tear
509.26+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Erin! The Tear and the Smile in Thine Eyes
509.26+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song The Time I've Lost in Wooing: 'The light, that lies In woman's eyes, Has been my heart's undoing'
509.27that lies if woman's eyes have been our old undoing. Lid efter lid.
509.27+[.29]
509.27+Dutch lid: limb, member
509.27+Danish lyd efter lyd: sound after sound
509.27+Danish led efter led: link after link
509.28Reform in mine size his deformation. Tiffpuff up my nostril,
509.28+mind's eyes
509.29would you puff the earthworm outer my ear.
509.29+German Ohrwurm: Dutch oorwurm: earwig
509.29+out of
509.29+Motif: ear/eye [.27] [.30]
509.30    — He could claud boose his eyes to the birth of his garce, he
509.30+[[Speaker: Yawn]]
509.30+'A man may laugh through the whole of a farce, A man may laugh through the whole of a play, But a man can't laugh through the hole of his arse, 'Cause he just isn't built that way' (Irish, anonymous)
509.30+CHE (Motif: HCE)
509.30+Latin claudere: to close, shut
509.30+cloudburst
509.30+close both
509.30+[.29]
509.30+French garce: slut
509.31could lump all his lot through the half of her play, but he jest
509.31+
509.32couldn't laugh through the whole of her farce becorpse he warn't
509.32+
509.33billed that way. So he outandouts his volimetangere and has a
509.33+outs
509.33+Latin Artificial voli me tangere: wish to touch me
509.33+Latin noli me tangere: touch me not
509.33+John 20:17: 'Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not'
509.34lightning consultation and he downadowns his pantoloogions
509.34+song The Three Ravens: 'Down a down'
509.34+(defecation of the Russian General [344.12-.30])
509.34+pantaloons
509.35and made a piece of first perpersonal puetry that staystale re-
509.35+first piece of personal poetry [023.09]
509.35+first person
509.35+(Motif: stuttering)
509.35+Latin puer: child, boy
509.35+French puer: to stink
509.35+James Joyce: other works Ecce Puer (a poem written in 1932)
509.35+pottery
509.35+(Motif: stuttering)
509.36mains to be. Cleaned.
509.36+seen


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